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    VIDEO: How to Stylishly Roll Your Shirt Sleeves in 3 Easy Steps

    easy peasy

    15th April 2014

    Ready…set…GO.

    Last week, I wanted to know what I could do to make these videos more useful to you, and you guys said, “Show, don’t tell.”

    You asked for actionable video content, with examples, visuals, and more overall, “Hey guys, you know that thing I’ve just been talking about? This is exactly what I mean…see?”

    So I think you’re going to be really happy with today’s video. We’re revisiting an enormously popular post from the archives – a picture tutorial on how to roll your shirtsleeves. I figured, if it’s useful to see it in pictures, it would be even more helpful to watch it all unfold…or actually, watch it fold  [insert groan here].

    Hope you guys like it!

    Tell me:

    What’s a small thing you do – like a stylish sleeve roll – that makes a big difference in your style?

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    • paddy

      Umm. hello? A girl is teaching men how to roll up their shirtsleeves? You want advice on this, ask a drill sergeant, not a “girlfriend.” My drill sergeant would have had a heart attack if he’d sen anyone turning up with turnups like this.

      • http://www.iPhoneInCanada.ca/ Mike Mc

        Is this guy for real? Guarantee you SG knows more about fashion than 99% of the guys that read the blog. That’s why we read it! Besides – this is not the army, and there are no drill sergeants!

        • http://www.stylegirlfriend.com Style Girlfriend

          Aw thanks, Mike! To clarify, the sleeve roll in the video is not guaranteed to be military-sanctioned :)

          • http://www.iPhoneInCanada.ca/ Mike Mc

            ha …. nor did we expect it to be. I didn’t know this was a “how to dress in the military” blog! Next post: how to get the perfect crew cut!

        • DM

          There are no drill sergeants? Really? You haven’t met my GF.

    • Dave Cyra

      I have quite a few shirts with a shorter cuff, so I usually have to have the sleeve fabric be double the length of the cuff before folding it up to the cuff and over again. Plus, that gives my sleeves a cleaner look with less of a bunch to them. Sometimes I undercut that to 1.75 sleeve fabric to cuff if I have a shirt with detailing on the inside of the cuff to show that off.

      Also, there’s the messy roll if I have a casual shirt where I just wrap it over in a more rough manner and roll roll roll until it’s tight on my forearm and push it the rest of the way up over my elbow. That’s not for work use in a professional environment, but it’s nice to have more than just one roll in the fold. (pun intended)

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    • colin haller

      Brooks Brothers makes a Golden Fleece OCBD with French cuffs — available only in white, I believe …

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